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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE 23, 1010 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGETHREE Ben McLaren Displayed His Skill Here Last Novice Test Coming Up The locnl Gun Club tad a very en- joyable ahobl on Wednesday evening. Ben McLaren, the crack Calgary allot and who won several cups at tbe Do- minion sltoot bold at Ottawa last sum- mer, was high man, breaking 47 out of the 50 birds shot at. Scon s made Following are some'of the scores: Shot At Broke McLaren (Calgary) ..50 47 McGregor (Rcgina) 50 44 SO 42 Pilling 50 37 Tombs ___............ 11 Shields.............. 25 7 MacDonald.......... 25 .7 Quayle (CaruiaiiBay) 25 fi Miller 25 4 Some oC -these shooters, together several whose scores are not given, never shot at the traps before. Special Competition On next Wednesday evening the club will hold .a beginners' competi- tion. Any person who has not shot at more than 500 clay 'targets is eligible, and the first prize is a ster- ling silver watch fob, which has been donated by the Dnpont Powder Co. It will be a 25 target competition, shot at in live, ten and. ten lots respective- ly. It is not necessary to be a member r-1 tile club to take part 'in this shoot. All are inyjted, and experienced shooters will be on hand to act as coaches. SALLEE QUITS ST. LOUIS CLUB Tears Up Contract During Altercation With Huggins. New York, June Bailee, star pitcher of the St. Louis 'National league club, was suspended indefinite- ly by Manager Huggins of the club as the result of an altercation between the manager and the player. Sallee tore up-his-contract during the. argu- ment, Mr., Muggins" and left the city. beeri disgruntled and dissatisfied- for some'. Huggins "said. "He had training, however. There, have been rumors for sonic time thill- he was to be .pur- chased by the New York club, and -th'ese reports added to bis dissatis- laction with..the St: Louis club. There wa.Sj the. .does .not. tamper with players. Tliare is no deal on in Which.Sallee-is involved and lie will not be sold or traded to any club." NATIONAL Won Lost Pet. Brooklyn....... 3J J9 .620 Philadelphia 30 22. .577 New York...... 25 24 .510 Boston......... 25 24 .510 Cincinnati....... JJfi V-2S" .481 29 .463 Pitisbure....... 22.' .440 SL Louis 23 ili'8. -411 Brooklyn Took Two Brooklyn, June 'Superbas drew the Phillies today; by taking both games of a double header, by score's- of 5 to 0 and 8 to 5. The visitors never had u chance in the first game. Brooklyn bunched hits off Bender and Mayer for" four runs in the second. First Philadelphia...... 0 22 Brooklyn............ 5 Jfi 2 McQuillan, Chalmers and KUlUer; Pleffer and Meyers. Second Philadelphia.......... 5 8 2 Brooklyn 8 14 0 Bender, Mayer and Burns; Smith, Dell, Manjuurd and McCarty. Triple Steal Wins Game New York, June today made it three out of four from New TiM-k Jjy ndmlnistering to the Giants their eighth extra inning- defeat on the local Held this season, winning In the eleventh by a score ot 3 to 1. With tlie bases filled Evers stole home on a triple steal, scoring the winning run. Boston.............. 3 7 0 New York............ 1 S 1 Nelif and Gowdy, Tragressor; Schauer and RaridGn. Pirates Doubled Score Pittsburg, Juno hitting I by Wagner, Hinchman :.nd Wilso abled Pittsburg to defeat St.. Loin's 'here today by a score of 8 to 4. Hinchman got four hits out of as many times at bat. St. Louis 4 6 3 PHtsbiirg.....'....... S 13 3 Williams .and Snyder; Jacobs and Wilson. No Game at Cincinnati Cincinnati, June cinnati game postponed, rain.' 5 3 7 1 Myers, 1 3 Nabors, HARD TENNIS.MATCHES U. National "Champion Disposes of Ray Greenberg of San Francisco Del Monte. Cal.. June men's singles in the PaciBc states .tennis tournament -reached the semi-finals yesterday with William na- tional champion; Clarence Qriffln, his doubles partner Roland Roberts San Francisco champion, 'and Carl Gard- ner, the survivors Griffin's Roberts tomor- row is awaited with keen interest. -Johnston had to extend himself today to. defeat Ray Greenberg of San Fran- cisco. The loser made It in the second set and looked like a possible winner until -Johnston took the cen- tre of Jhe court and volleyed his way to victory. Clarence Griffin, was hard put to it to defeat his younger brother Elmer in what: turned out: lo lie the feature match ,of...the day. .Clarence won, but was forced to utilize whit'Of his strategy; especially In the volleying at the net, where El- mer electrified the with his speed DUGAN TO RIDE ffOR COUNTESS Noted.: American ;Jockey .Undertakes ,Russian-Contract New' York, June' 22.-r-Eddie Dugan is going to Russia ,to ride for the Countess Lazareff. He has signed a long-tqrra contract with the countess and may-never be seen in the saddle, again >on an American race track, Eddie wasTJding in Russia.wlien the war broke out. He had been abroad during the dark days of racing in this countn nding with great success in and Austria, as well as in IG realm of the Czar c' BANKERS AFTER lllf THE OLD TIMERS t 'H Is being .iioised around that an- f her ambitious aggregalion of ball P ayers fs desirous the atcrloo of the Old Timers. The new county heard from is from the sphere of tho 'jingle' the Bankers The Old will be open for an engage inent 611 morning of Titlj 1st and thn milkers are hereby warned to prepaio if they mean business INJURED BALL PLAYER DOING o WELL Ernest BonfR'dini, who nufforcd a cqmpouiulvfradtur'e oE the left...leg-due to an accitlen't.-whilo playing ball at the. Mounted'Police barracks. Wednes day .craning.last, is-progresaing splen- Udly at thfi Gait hospital ncrnrrtlng to information' received from the hos- pital this, morning As soon as ho Is fit to move" tjio Injured ball player will-fob' moved to hla ;homo in the Bijftll blocki INTERNATIONAL Montreal............. 4 10 3 Newark............. 9 13 "3 Colwell and Howley; Hnzman and Schwert....... Buffalo 2 4. 3 Baltimore 3 S 3 Bader and Onflow; Tipple, Morn- sette aiid McAvoy. Toronto......... 6 12: 2 Providence........._... 7 18 ...3 Shocker. Manning and McKee; Tin- cup, Schultz and Blackburn. Rochester' 3 .V10' 0 Richmond 4 9 ;.l Ritter and Hale; and Reynolds. AMERICAN Won Lost'" Pet.1 Cleveland....... 33 24 .579 ;t......... 32 .601 Washington 31 .654; New York 28 26 .519 Boston......... 29 27 .518. Chicago......... 28 27 -S09 St.-Louis....... 24 32 .429, Philadelphia ...-.i 17 -.321 An Even Break June divided a double header with'Wash- ington here today. The home team won the first game on Washington's liters In the eighth inning. The score was 4 to 2. The visitors had no, difficulty in winning the second event 6 to I. First Washington.......... 2 Philadelphia.......... 4 Rice, Gallla and Heury; Bush and Schang. Second Washington.......... 6 Philadelphia.......... 1 Dumont -and Williams; Wyckoff and Schang, Murphy. Ruth Held Yankees Down Boston, June Red Sox won1 the deciding game of the New York series today, shutting out the visitors 1 to 0. Ruth pitched effectively for. Boston, holding. the visitors to three hits. New York............ 3 0. Boston.............. 1 7 2 Fisher and Niaiamaker; Ruth and Thomas. Tigers Go Down Detroit, June stands alone In first place today, the result defeating the Tigers 4 to 3. The vlflitors drove Dubuc from the box in the eighth inning. A- 2 Detroit.............. 39 0 Coveloskie, Coumbe, Bagby and O'Neill; Dubuc, Boland, Cunningham and Stanage, Baker. Russell Pitched Shut-out St. Louis, June was in form today allowing St. Louis but two hits, arid Chicago shut out the locals 2 to 0. Sisler pitched for St. Louis and did well. Chicago.............. 2 6 0 St. Louis............. 0 2 3 Russell and Schalk; Sisler and: Severoid. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus 8 11 1 Minneapolis 4 5 1 Geoige and Coleman Burk ..and Land. if Second t "fjj t Columbus